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Corrs partner appointed to Barangaroo Delivery Authority Board

22 July 2014
Corrs Chambers Westgarth partner Christine Covington is set to make a significant contribution to deliver the landmark development Barangaroo in Sydney.

Corrs named top firm for India work

13 June 2014
Corrs Chambers Westgarth has again been recognised as one of the best foreign law firms for India work by the India Business Law Journal (IBLJ) Report.

Corrs strengthens Australia-Brazil investment ties

6 June 2014
Senior delegates from Brazil and leading business leaders celebrated the international launch of the Brazilian Official Guide in Investment Opportunities hosted by The Global Foundation at Corrs Chambers Westgarth last night.

Corrs advises Peabody Energy on the sale of the Wilkie Creek coal mine

19 May 2014
Corrs Chambers Westgarth has advised Peabody Energy on the sale of the Wilkie Creek Coal Mine to Bentley Resources.

Young lawyers put Corrs on top at 30 Under 30 Awards

19 May 2014
Four of Corrs Chambers Westgarth’s brightest young lawyers were among the 30 award winners at the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards 2014.

Corrs sponsors Australia Unlimited Mena 2014 event in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Riyadh

2 May 2014
In April, Corrs sponsored the Australia Unlimited MENA 2014 event held in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Riyadh.

Corrs women in business hosts The Honourable Nicola Roxon to tell her story

2 May 2014
Last month, leading women from business, government and the community converged on Corrs’ Melbourne office to hear the Honourable Nicola Roxon, former Attorney-General and federal Minister for Health and Ageing, tell ‘Her Story’.

Peers confirm Corrs lawyers are simply the best

11 April 2014
Corrs Chambers Westgarth’s lawyers have been recognised amongst the nation’s best in the 2014 Best Lawyers Australia list published today on the Australian Financial Review website.

Axing of 100-member rule will have positive impact

10 April 2014
Corrs Chambers Westgarth partner Andrew Lumsden has confirmed it is high time the death knell be tolled on the controversial 100-Member rule, which allows a special general meeting to be called at the request of a small group of requisitioning shareholders at Australian public companies.